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New investigative tool helps Kiwi businesses uncover cyber crime
“Companies frequently know when they have a problem – people’s instincts are usually correct."
It's not always about malware: Forensic data analysis will find theft fast
Cyber crime is not just limited to malware attacks - what about intellectual property or data theft, asks security company Computer Forensics.
Kiwi universities and businesses targeted by scammers
“This is the aim – to scare the living daylights out of you."
Is the cloud really a safe place to store confidential information?
Lawyers storing clients’ confidential information in the cloud risk it being accessed by US authorities without permission.
Business techniques used to combat cyberbullying
“Such information can give parents something to confront the bully’s family with or to show their school, or even the police. It’s solid evidence."
Kiwi students using school computers to access porn
New Zealand students are accessing ‘inappropriate content’, namely pornography, on school computers more than ever before.
Recovery of your lost critical data is vital, don't go cheap on it
When you're searching for a company to recover data from your damaged hard drive, experience is paramount.